Adolf Hitler: WWII Orator Analytical Essay

This essay analyzes how Hitler's oratory styles were able to rouse and rally a nation behind him.
# 4417 | 1,915 words | 10 sources | 2001 | US
Published on Feb 12, 2003 in Communication (Language and Speech) , Communication (Mass Media) , History (Leaders)

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This paper discusses Adolf Hitler's life, ideologies, effective speeches and mass communication usage and applies basic theories of communication practices and their relevance throughout history.

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"In reading the speech given by Adolf Hitler on his intentions for conquering and evacuating the Czech Sudetenland for the German people, it became quite apparent to me just how important communication was to this leader?s success and to the involvement of other countries that would later enter into WW2. It has been said that, ?that Hitler came into existence at all is directly owing to radio and public-address systems?. That?s a bold statement, but a respectable one. It reminds us how important mass communication was then and is now in reaching out to make one?s self heard."

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